Pat McAfee is about to get paid.
Per NFL Network’s Ian Rapoport, The Pat McAfee Show and FanDuel have agreed to terms on a new deal.
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The Athletic’s Shams Charania reports it’s a four-year deal worth roughly $30 million annually. FanDuel will continue to be the exclusive sports book of the show. The agreed terms include a buyout after the first three years.
McAfee, 34, retired as punter for the Colts in 2016 after eight seasons. McAfee was an All-Pro at his position, so his retirement came as a surprise. He’s managed to build a huge brand, however, joining Barstool Sports in 2016 and launching The Pat McAfee Show.
McAfee left the company in 2018 but launched his own company, Pat McAfee Inc. from his office in Indianapolis. The Show airs Monday-Friday from noon-3 p.m. on SIRIUS XM Channel 82 Mad Dog Radio and simulcasts on YouTube. The show’The show has gained more exposure with the weekly appearance of Packers quarterback Aaron Rodgers. Other notable guests on the show have included NFL Hall of Fame quarterback Peyton Manning, UFC president Dana White, comedian Bill Burr etc.s YouTube page has 1.57 million followers.
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In addition to the show, McAfee serves as color commentator alongside Michael Cole on FOX’s Friday Night Smackdown.